Date(s) - 12/03/2020
09:30 - 12:30
On 12 March Peacemakers will run an INSET course addressing violence in schools including knife crime.
“No single agency, including schools, can solve knife crime on its own. But there are some areas of focus for schools and wider agencies individually, and together, that can be tightened to keep children and young people safer.” OFSTED 2019
Knife crime is just one issue among many faced by children that leaders in schools have to understand and manage on a daily basis. This half-day INSET will give school staff the opportunity to think more critically about peace and conflict in their schools. By the end of the session, participants will have tools to take away and use in the classroom, questions for self-reflection, and learning to share with their school.
These INSETs are funded by the Police and Crime Commissioner and delivered by Peacemakers in partnership with Minus Violence. They are suitable for colleagues in Primary, Secondary, FE settings and staff working in Alternative Provision.
The training will be participatory and experiential. By the end of the session participants will have tools to take away and use in the classroom, questions for self-reflection, and learning to share with their school.
Terms and Conditions
The workshops are funded by the West Midlands Police & Crime Commissioner and provided free of charge for the schools. However we will charge £50 in the event you cancel within seven days of the event, or fail to attend on the day.
- Refreshments of biscuits, tea, coffee, squash etc will be provided.
- Please arrive at 09:00 for a 09:30 start.